ZeeVee is debuting new IP video decoding and encoding hardware at the InfoComm 2016 conference taking place this week in Las Vegas. The systems are designed for distributing video over IP using common, off-the-shelf 10 gigabit switches.
BenQ is launching several new technologies at the InfoComm 2016 conference this week in Las Vegas, including interactive flat panels for classrooms, a new hybrid DLP laser projector and a new transparent digital signage line that combines a transparent digital screen with a display case.
ClearOne is launching a new compact, two-channel wireless microphone system designed for classrooms and other small venues.
DVIGear is revealing a new technology to extend the range of DisplayPort cable to 100 meters at this week’s InfoComm 2016 conference taking place in Las Vegas.
Windows Holographic, a Microsoft platform that allows the combination of virtual reality, holographic computing and real-world elements, is coming to various devices in the coming months, according to Microsoft. The expansion of this “mixed reality” platform, accessible through Windows 10, was announced last week by Microsoft Vice President Terry Myerson.
InFocus is launching a new model in its line of display wall processors at the InfoComm 2016 conference taking place this week in Las Vegas. The Jupiter Catalyst 4K supports up to 12 ultra-high-definition 4K outputs (non-HDCP) on a single 3U CPU chassis supporting resolutions of of 3,840 x 2,160 per output via mini DisplayPort with four destination windows per card. Up to four expansion chassis can be added for additional outputs.
At the InfoComm 2016 conference taking place this week in Las Vegas, Ricoh is debuting several new projectors, including a pico projector, two short-throw projectors and a 12,000-lumen auditorium projector that has a native resolution of 1,920 x 1,200.
Xerox researchers in India have developed technology that's able to analyze the contents of video and index it in a way that enables students to go immediately to the specific part of the recording they need for their learning.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
More than half of students (58 percent) in a recent study couldn't read content displayed on a 70-inch flat panel in an average-sized classroom.
Global sales of interactive whiteboards are facing a steep decline in the next decade, according to a new market report published by Future Market Insights, a U.K.-based research firm.